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Ryou's mom died when he was young, and his dad is always at work. Now with a new girlfriend, how will his life be turned upside-down when he finds out a classmate of his is going to be his new stepmother?
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I just don't understand
The MC's girlfriend when faced with the idea that he was cheating on her with the classmate she believed him even though it seemed so suspicious yet when she told her she was actually his mom that was when she couldnt handle it anymore?!?! :S She somehow felt threatened by a mother figure than a potential girlfriend which makes absolutly no sense to me.
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Also i really wanted the mom to fall in love with him after the dad died and have them two together as a couple. Although i knew this was really unlikely i still don't get why the 4 of them were living together at the end i really don't care for that ending at all. Even if the mom and him couldnt be together in a romantic sense i still didnt want it to end like that.
... Last updated on June 15th, 2014, 4:07pm
It seems that the story is missing something....
for me its disappointing...not satisfied with the ending...I liked it first but I want the mother to fall in love with the son..
maybe i'm just a shoujo addict...
... Last updated on May 17th, 2013, 7:29am
Quite average, read in one go.
The story starts out very average and has almost no special qualities, but it's not bad either. Just nothing special. At the beginning, there are a few too many of the generic (and with that somewhat boring) accidental walk-ins on naked girls, but those largely disappear as the manga goes on. Thank god, our male lead isn't the kinda horny bastard we find in so many other harems. Yes, he does react to naked girls, even with some nose bleeding, but it doesn't go any further than that. At the end of volume 3 (current status) it gets somewhat interesting though. Sadly, the releases are so slow. :S
So average it's painful.
The story and characters are so generic I had to stop at chapter 3. It's pretty much a copypasta of any other ecchi romance series which isn't inherently bad, but like My Wife is a High School Girl the characters were so uninteresting I spent most of my time rolling my eyes and sighing after each page.
The mangaka decided to toss in a gimmick (classmate is actually his step mother) to make the story more unique, but the father is almost non-existent and Imai herself is rather bland. She's meant to be sweet and cute, but comes across lifeless and dull. The male lead is your typical ecchi idiot (horny all the time, constant nose bleeds). Not much to say about his "girlfriend" since she's basically a cardboard cut-out used to add tension to the story.
As for my score, I was floating somewhere around a 4 or 5/10. I'll probably pick this series back up as the story nears it's end but for now I'd rather count the number of mysterious stains on my carpet than continue this series.
... Last updated on January 1st, 2011, 7:26am
Man some people are stupid..
30 people gave this manga a 10 22 gave it a 1 Why? It's not like it SUCKS, the art is probably about a 6/10, characters are about a 5/10 and storyline is about 7/10, still it has that borderline-h factor so the rating would be a bit higher for most people, in other words it would be at least a 6.
I'd say give it a go, it's not bad like Sakura Tsuushin. It's more of a relaxed ecchi manga that's not centralized around serious romance.
A nice interesting read...
So far the concept with this manga is rather unique out of all that I have read so far. For all of you thinking that this is a disturbing manga, please grow up. The main point of this story isn't about an older guy f#@king a 16 year-old girl. The focus of this manga is on relationships between the two characters (Ryou and Imai) and--like Ryou--the reader will come to understand the relationship between his father and Imai. It's more of a son-getting-used-to-a-new-mother story with a twist. In fact, I wasn't even bothered by Imai's relationship with Ryou's father as it is a much sweeter relationship than one would think.
Anyways the only thing I found that detracted from the story was some unnecessary ecchi here and there. But other than that, this story seems to be portrayed quite realistically and I haven't found any plot holes whatsoever.
Give this one a read. However, I recommend that you should read it with an open mind.
... Last updated on August 26th, 2010, 10:08am
I like it
Yes I like the story. The protagonist confused at first for his feeling for the same age mom but eventually realizes he just learning to develop parental LOVE! About the Sex part. Its not visually illustrated in the manga the part when Imai and the Doctor did it. All I can see is Imai being attacked by her sickness and the doctor helping her out. Besides they are husband and wife so they are free to do it so. Cant wait to see the Protagonist and HARUKA ( his girlfriend) do some action! Ya!
Decent story overall, but the unneccessary drama quotient on this one is pretty high. I don't see why the girl who is married to his dad doesn't just tell people she has a fiance that she loves who lives another town over or something. But no, she doesn't say anything and the main char's friend keeps going after her creating uneeded drama. Contrived situations like that always annoy me, which unfortunately means I'm annoyed reading most manga's, lol.
It's an interesting concept... The characters are believeable enough, there's a nice story going on... Overall, it's a good one... I have no qualms about 40-ish guy marrying a 16-ish girl, I mean, each person should be responsible for their own action right... So what's to argue about?
so far so good
I'm enjoying the story so far I just hope they don't start developing romantic feelings towards one another. It would probably be interesting but I don't think I'd enjoy reading it if it happened.